Best Peopleofcolor podcasts we could find (Updated August 2019)
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Spawn On Me
Weekly
 
Spawn On Me is the internet’s definitive video game podcast featuring and spotlighting gamers of color. Brought to you directly from Brookago, host Kahlief Adams brings you gaming news & interviews while spotlighting people of color in the gaming industry
 
Nia King's trying to figure out if her dream of making a living as an art activist is beyond reach. In this podcast, she seeks advice from other political queer artists, trans artists, and artists of color who seem to have figured out how to make art and make rent without compromising their values.
 
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Archivist's Alley
Monthly
 
A collection of voices gathered from the world of the lesser represented & marginalized populations in media or media preservation. These voices belong to women, queer folx, the trans community and people of color. These are indigenous voices and the voices of the differently abled. These voices are those that need to be heard because they haven’t been. Archivist’s Alley is a safe & lively conversational space designed for discussions on how to preserve our work and identities in today's pro ...
 
Listen in to hear about the good, bad and ugly of how black women and girls are treated in the media and the world at large. With occasional guests and exploring other groups this show is for fans of black chicks and diversity in general.
 
Self Evident challenges the narratives of where we come from, where we belong, and where we're going — by telling Asian America's stories. With host Cathy Erway, we present reported narratives, personal stories, and community conversations that tackle today's tough questions about identity, cultural change, and nationhood. Season 1 of Self Evident is presented with the Center for Asian American Media, with additional support from the Ford Foundation. Self Evident is a Studiotobe production, ...
 
Podcast by Erica & Judy fem duo outta Cali speaking on real life issues, politics, current events, hip hop, and what’s going on these streets. We’re flipping the script on y’all with that Straight Outta Cali vibe. Dump out your stale coffee and come kick it with us. This podcast offers the real drank you want in that cup.
 
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Divercity Blues
Monthly+
 
Let's talk unapologetically about being people of color in predominantly white work spaces. Join The Mad Werqologist, chief curator of spicy group chat rants and muva of the clap back, as she gets comfortable with the uncomfortable.
 
"Our Voices Our Lives." is a docu-series which features artists and entrepreneurs of color discussing a variety of topics ranging from how they got started, what differentiates them from others, the influence of community on their work and more.
 
The Historically Queer podcast is your HQ for intimate moments from our movements, as told by LGBTQ activists of color. For this biweekly podcast, I will talk to folks from across the country and dig deep into my archives. You will meet some of the pioneers who paved the way for LGBTQ rights and raised our political consciousness about the ways race, gender, and sexuality are inseparable. Together, we will connect the present to the past by uncovering stories of queer activism by people of c ...
 
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Iconoclast of Things
Monthly
 
Stories of people so committed to the beauty of the thing they imagine that they’re doing whatever they can to build it. People working for a nation...a neighborhood...a life...which they believe may already be lost, but still working because of the beauty, grace, and humanity of the place they imagine.
 
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This week we talk about the Apex Legends community debacle and share our plans for TwitchCon 2019By Kahlief Adams.
 
When we started Self Evident, we were surprised at how many people wanted a new show but hadn’t heard about all the Asian American podcasts already out there. In this bonus episode, our team shares clips from a few other independent podcasts, showing a wide range of Asian American stories and conversations. Tell us what you think of our first s ...…
 
Please welcome Dr. Chris Bourg, Director of Libraries at Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) to Archivist's Alley. I have wanted to have her as a guest ever since I started the show so I'm thrilled that we were able to finally make it happen. Please enjoy our conversation on social justice issues, open scholarship, academic environments ...…
 
This week we are joined by Steph who is the fighting game community lead at Console Gaming League. We talk about CGL Valkyries a fighting game tournament for women only. Steph shares thoughts on where that side of Esports is going and why women need their own spaces to play.By Kahlief Adams.
 
Kahlief shares some important changes coming to Spawn On MeBy Kahlief Adams.
 
This week we talk about the negligence of the ESA leaking personal information of the press. Why eSports is keeping Black players out of their competitions. We round up our favorite moments from EVO 2019 and much more!By Kahlief Adams.
 
So very excited to welcome my excellent colleague and friend Heather Buckley to Archivist's Alley. Not only is she a successful horror film producer but she is a writer, historian and dedicated preservationist who works with a variety of film distribution companies to create additional features on the home releases of various genre films. Check ...…
 
1.) I'm taking a break from the podcast. I'll be back in October. 2.) I'm moving to Philly. Please hit my up if you have leads on any jobs! 3.) The book launch for Queer & Trans Artists of Color, Volume 3 is October 19th at East Bay Booksellers in Oakland, featuring Anthony J. Williams, Luna Merbruja and Paradise Khanmalek. PLEASE DONATE so we ...…
 
Join Judy and Erica on this week’s session as we discuss BSE, Purple Cheese, snitches, GMOs, legalization, buying a home, saving money, how there are no more black weed men, black weed men VS white weed men, No Guidance, gas lighting lyrics, Chris BrownBy Mixed Greens Podcast.
 
We asked our listener community, “How did you learn where you come from?” What came back was a wide range of personal stories about how tricky it can be to access our heritage. From kids going to culture camp, to adoptees making journeys to their birth countries, to Asian Americans of all ages realizing that they’re inevitably going to lose a p ...…
 
This week we bring on the amazing Greg Haynes from AbleGamers to talk about his work with the disabled gaming community and we did into the conversations around Overwatch's newest character Sigma.By Kahlief Adams.
 
Join Judy and Erica on this week’s session as we discuss going back to where you came from, operation wetback, Jeffrey Epstein, The Squad, Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, D-N.Y., Ilhan Omar, D-Minn., Ayanna Pressley, D-Mass., and Rashida Tlaib, D-Mich...By Mixed Greens Podcast.
 
This week we talk about Google Stadia possibly being pretty bare bones at launch. GameStop is looking to change the shopping experience and we talk about all the games we've been playing this past week.By Kahlief Adams.
 
In this episode, Adam and I explore working in the field of film programming/curation (esp in Los Angeles). We focus on ideas of media archiving/preservation, temporality and examining and applying it to media and preservation in a non-hysterical manner. Public perceptions of media formats and the lack of knowledge/education is also a topic bef ...…
 
Under the Trump administration, the United States has pushed aggressively to deport Southeast Asian Americans with criminal records. Hurt that members of the Vietnamese community would support this action, guest producer Thanh Tan (creator of the podcast “Second Wave”) seeks out the people at risk of deportation — and the organizers fighting to ...…
 
We have feels about NoClip's fantastic E3 documentary. PlayStation might be missing the mark when it comes to the hardcore and we talk about why Dea Of Solitude needs to be on your game of the year list.By Kahlief Adams.
 
Archivist's Alley is back! Season 3 begins with the amazing Elvia Arroyo-Ramirez and we talk about everything from yearbook issues & ancient institutions who hide too many things under the rug to why representation matters on television programs. I hope that you take many things away from my conversation with this amazing woman and the mindblow ...…
 
Bisexual trans Latina writer Mey Rude discusses growing up in Idaho, getting kicked out of her church family, and how comics helped her find her queer- and trans-ness. Read the transcript at scribd.com/artactivistnia. Support the podcast at patreon.com/artactivistnia.
 
This week we dig into the latest bad behavior from Dr. Disrespect and why Twitch needs to be tougher on bad actors. We discuss why Twitch's addition of Subscriber-only streams might not be a bad thing and we wrap up episode 301 talking about "Three games that deserved more love at E3"By Kahlief Adams.
 
Three intimate conversations reveal how we deal with changes to our most deeply rooted identities, and how we tell the people who matter most. “Unspoken” Documentary filmmaker Patrick G. Lee tells Cathy about the unexpected ways that coming out affected his family. “The Debut” Producer Preeti Varathan and her cousin Srinidhi unpack complicated ...…
 
Quick Update before the new season!
 
We come back from E3 hyped AF and bring on our newest Brookago resident Kenny "Unrooolie" O'Brien to talk about his wonderful work with the Yo Videogames crew. We chat about Kenny doing more solo projects, the current state of MK 11, give some newbie EVO tips and talk about why representation is so important in the gaming space.…
 
Gabe's always felt distant from his parents: not Filipino enough for his dad, not affectionate enough for his mom. But when he moves back to his white-bread hometown to donate a kidney to his dad and work alongside him at the “Fiesta in America,” Gabe is forced to rethink the way he's seen his family, his heritage, and his lifelong struggle to ...…
 
We sit down with the legend Clint Hocking to talk about how Watch Dogs Legion is revolutionizing open world gameplay. We talk about how moving from San Francisco to London offers up new gameplay changes and much much more!!By Kahlief Adams.
 
We sit down with Writer and Techincal Advisor, Emil Daubon of the Ghost Recon Breakpoint team to talk about what new things you'll see in the game and how authenticity will bring you and your squad closer together.By Kahlief Adams.
 
Mike Williams of USgamer.net joins us to break down all of E3's press conferences.By Kahlief Adams.
 
We hang with Adriel Wallick of Indie Train Jam, Anya Combs from Kickstarter and Jarryd Huntley to talk about how the Indie space is changing and if E3 can continue to make that space grow.By Kahlief Adams.
 
We snagged the amazing Tim Schafer to hang with us at #E32019 to talk all about #Psychonauts2, what it was like to follow Keanu Reeves at the @Xboxe3 conference. How joining Microsoft helps @DoubleFine & we might have gotten a new theme song.By Kahlief Adams.
 
We come back from E3 2019 with goodies in hand. Check out our exclusive interview with @aarongreenberg of the @Xbox team. We talk #ProjectScarlett, #XboxE3 Keanu Reeves and we ask the important question: "What Does Xbox body wash smell like?"By Kahlief Adams.
 
Sharmin Hossain, a member of New York’s Bangladeshi Feminist Collective, helps us take a hard look at the roles of class, colorism, and cultural education within the broader conversation about Asian representation in America. This interview was one of many conversations we had when producing Episode 002: “The Non-United States of Asian America. ...…
 
Two-Spirit mestiza musician Aja Archuleta discusses growing up in a big Mexican family with deep Denver roots, discovering her Indigenous identity, and why "Two-Spirit" now fits her better than "trans". She also shares how her love of music evolved: from playing piano in Catholic school to discovering the how much fun noise-punk could be to mak ...…
 
Do you have a story about going to language classes, Saturday schools, religious community groups, clubs, music lessons, or other alternative classrooms where you learned about your culture or heritage? Was it a positive, negative, or mixed experience for you? We're producing an episode of the podcast exploring the ways that we learn where we c ...…
 
This week we share some of our E3 coverage plans, dig into the trailerpalooza that happened this week in the form of Death Stranding and MLK 11 DLC. We also get a surprise announcement from our friends over at Amazon UK too. Before we wrap it up this week I share thoughts about Void Bastards, Kids and Slay the Spire! Lots of dopeness this week ...…
 
Self Evident tells Asian American stories — but that term itself, “Asian American,” can mean many different things to different people. In this episode we present three stories from our listener community to explore the ways “Asian American” reflects both representation and exclusion, empowerment and stereotyping, under the diverse umbrella of ...…
 
John Davis, Co-Owner of the biggest indie gaming show in Japan BitSummit joins us to talk about the upcoming show. What it is like as a Black man integrating with Japanese culture. How the indie scenes are different in the East & West and much much more!!By Kahlief Adams.
 
What does it mean to be excluded from the American Dream? Two stories, set 100 years apart, explore this question from the perspective of immigrants who think they’ve made it in America, only to find out that their dream comes at a cost. "No Place Like Home" At the height of America’s Exclusion era, an Indian immigrant’s quest for prosperity en ...…
 
Kahlief runs down the usual cast of characters attending E3 and shares some thoughts on what we might see from them at the show. We also talk about becoming Twitch Ambassadors and end out with a couple of games we've been playing!By Kahlief Adams.
 
Microsoft's Mike Robles joins us this week to talk about how got into the business. We talk about focusing on the good actors in your community and we dig into what he's been playing too.By Kahlief Adams.
 
We have the amazing John Phillips from the Super Deformed Gamescast on the show with us this week to talk about the amazing work they are doing with their podcast. How calling our Robert E. Lee can get you banned on Twitter and why Notch and PewDiePie deserve no sympathy.By Kahlief Adams.
 
The first season of Self Evident: Asian America's Stories comes to a podcast app near you on May 21, 2019. Here's a peep into the stories we'll be presenting during this pilot run of 6 episodes (with a new episode coming out every 2 weeks). Subscribe today, and visit selfevidentshow.com to learn how you can hear sneak previews and help shape th ...…
 
Queer Chinese-American drag queen, filmmaker, and musician, Kyle Casey Chu talks growing up in SF, touring the South in a punk band, and changing media representations of Asian-American men. Photo by Vincent Flores. Read the transcript at scribd.com/artactivistnia. Support the podcast at patreon.com/artactivistnia.…
 
This week we're joined with The Koalition's Tony Polanco to talk all about what we've been playing. Lots of MK 11 love, what Rick Fox's departure from Echo Fox could mean for eSports and we talk all about Days Gone (spoilers ahead)!By Kahlief Adams.
 
Join Judy and Erica on this week’s session as we discuss Mendo Breath, Q-Tips, daughters starting their periods, having the period discussion, elementary and middle schools do not provide sanitary napkins in school bathrooms, the Pink Tax...By Mixed Greens Podcast.
 
Creator of the ArtificialNext show and podcast Bernie Su joins us to talk about his amazing project that tells the story of an AI character come to life. We talk about how this innovative show came to life on Twitch and what it means for interactive storytelling.By Kahlief Adams.
 
Join Judy and Erica on this week’s session with our special guest Special guest Spark aka Erick. Erica is trying to quit smoking cold turkey (Kind of), routines, rituals, PTSD in children in inner cities, community outreach corners, Nipsey Hussle, motivation, Chicano art, public schools look like prison, educate each other, assassinations, trad ...…
 
This biannual Indie MEGABOOTH and pals panel brings together a new diverse group of indie dev allies who are actively working in the indie game space to help bridge cultural gaps and create positive communities. Moderated by Allegra FrankFeaturing: Kelly Wallick, Blair Durkee, Steve Filby, Zhenghua Yang, Jennifer Schneidereit & Stephanie Tinsle ...…
 
This week we dedicate the entire hour to the amazing Kotaku piece written this week by Jason Schreier talking all about the missteps and issues surrounding development on Bioware's game Anthem.By Kahlief Adams.
 
Acclaimed author and artist Luna Merbruja interviews me (Nia King) about my pre-podcast life as zinester and cartoonist, turning the podcast into a book, and how the QTPOC art world has changed since We Want the Airwaves began six years ago.
 
Shareef and Cicero give you all the thoughts on grinding in Division 2. We share thoughts on the EA layoffs and talk about how excited we are about the No Man Sky expansion dropping this summer.By Kahlief Adams.
 
Reef and Cee discuss the new Google Stadia and what it means for gaming. Are they doing too much? Will it even work as advertised? An Xbox and Switch partnership is in the works, what does this mean for both consoles? Also, the release date for the rumored Xbox One S All-Digital Edition has been announced. How do we think it should be configure ...…
 
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